Newspaper Page Text
THE Slant IS aXWaTS KXMttEMT.n
ei,-K . ""V-
1 WcARTIUTt, OHIO:
THURSDAY MAY '23, 187
Democratic State Ticket.
: ' (ioxernor,
Allen G. Tliurmaii, of Franklin;
i ' Lituttvant-Governor,
. Daniel s. VL1, of Holuies;
i StaU Trtasvrrr,
:', C. Fulton, ol Crawford;
. , i . ', '(!. Auditor,
.,,t : .. Job ii McElwer, of Ituller;
-'' Frtuik M. Hiinl, of Knox ;
Thomas M. Koy, of Iliimilton;
' ' Comptroller of the Treasury,
'William SlM'ri'dan, of Williams;
Member lioatti of l'uhlie Workt,
Arthur Hughm of Cuynhojrn.
Democratic State Ticket. "X."
. Subscribers receiving their pa
pers with an "X" marked ODDOsite
their nanifc, Mill understand that
mo time lor wmch they Lave paid
hut expired.'. ;
'. A recent number of the "Mud
machine," down sireet, attacked
the Zaleski Echo. Last week, the
Echo bears down oa tho Mud-ma-
; chind after this style:
The readers of the last bogus
Enquirer of McArt,hur, will be for-
;ribfy reminded ol the description
of Dumain by Parolles, thusL "I
have little morejto say, sir, of his
honesty; he Jiaa'every thing that an
. honest man should not have; that
. an honest man should have, he has
.nothing.' .N'uff ced."
,.. Again the Echo says:
- 'heluet venerea editor of the
lo-called Democratic Enquirer, of
Mc Arthur,' as an argument to keep
the county seat at its present lo
cality, in speaking of this press,
eay: .m',c uut-. . ' .
"'It. killed two editors, 'benf' a
third, 'burnt out' and 'broken up' a
fourth, and that thn citizens of Za
leski are troubled about the wel
fare' of us, &c.
. "Now, the reader will perceive -in
the above .excellent reasons for
keeping the- county seat at McAr
.thur. i. Ye Gods 1 what a logician !
And j what grammar 'burnt out'
and. 'broken up' a fourth ! Broken
brokenest brokenestenst !
Bully I As to tho "burnt out" part
of the argument, thi8 mulieteriated
editor, ot course, can speak from
personal experience. lie's been
Whew ! here wc arc, in the class
ics! " Boys, get down your French
and Latin dictionaries. Does the
Echo mean that Bowen has been
canonized? "He's been there," eh?
The "Chronicles" and other mutil
ated articles of ancient writers, of
an idiotic character, aro advertised
to bo continued in the Mud-ma-chino
by the very intellectual au
thor tf this rehashed article. We
aro inclined to the opinion, that !
the Echo is correct in saying that
this is a "political dodge, by self
constituted leaders of the Democ
racy here" ih1' order to make po
litical capital to catch votes at Za-
les&i. ii seems mat nonesiy in i
politics has become a capital joke,!
and the neoDle euId cvervthinc !
down, true, or false, reanouable or
unreasonable. Will . tho , people
stop it! , .
The Kentucky Election.
The special Congressioual elec
tion held in Kentucky, resulted in
a more sweeping Democratic vic
tory than even the most sanguine
had hoped for, from the fact that
there .were three parties in the
field. The result 6hows that the
Radicals have met with a most dis
astrous : defeat, from which they
will never recover. We have made
a gain of five ' members . and the
delegation' will 'be unanimously
Democratic. Our net gain of Con
gressmen this spring is eight three
in Connecticut and we have a
fair prospect of carrying Califor
nia, the. only State that is yet to
elect Congressmen. Let the De
mocracy of Ohio now go vigorous-
ly to work and a glorious victory
The Argument for it.
"Chart er" Sumner, in the course
of his letter in favor of forcing, by
national interposition, negro suf
frage upon the whole country,
which wo have previously noticed,
says: . '
"This question must' be settled
without delay. In other words, it
must be settled before the. Presi
dential election which is at hand.
Our colored fellow-jitizens at the
South are already voters. They
will vote at the Presidential elec
tion. But why should they vote nt
the South and not at the North?
The rule of justice is the same for
both. Their votes are needed at the
North as well as at the South.
There are Northern States where
their votes can make the good
cause safe beyond question. There
are other States wnere their votes
will be like the last preponderant
weight in the nicely-balanced
scales. Let our colored fellow-citizens
vote in Maryland, and that
State, now so severely tried, will
be fixed for human rights forever.
Let them vote in Pennsylvania,and
you will give more than 20,000
votes to tho Republican- cause.
Let them vote in New York, and
the scales, which hang so doubtful,
will incline to the Republican
cause. It will be the same in Con
necticut." Is not that a statesman-like ar
gument ? The votes of the blacks
must be had in order to give the
Republican party success in the
large and important States of the
North! The white people would
vote down this Radical organiza
tion, unless a black reinforement
is thrown in its favor. To rule the
majority of the whites even in the
North, the negro must be employ
ed; and this is the main reason giv
en in favor of negro suffrage by its
[From the Richmond (Va.) Whig.]
The Notabilities in the Davis Trial.
This being the first appearance
of Mr. O'Connor in Richmond,curi
osity combined with his great fame
as a lawyer, his spotless reputation
as a gentleman, and the extraordi
nary interest felt in the case of
which ho was the leading counsel,
to render him the focus of all eyes.
Ho is an exceedingly pleasant-looking
gentleman, about five feet nine
or ten inches in height, rather
slight of frame, the summit of his
head bald, but partially concealed
by the whito hair which was brush
ed across it, whiskers, closely trim
med and extending from ear to ear,
head not large nor forehead mas
sive although high and free from
wrinkles. His glance is quick and
pleasent, his action a'so quick, but
gentle and graceful. His counten
anco beams with a cheerful benig
nity. Only his eyes bespeak him
tho full man that he is. They grow
like diamonds of first water. He
does not use glasses. To compare
him with gentlemen generally
known, we would say that he near
ly resembles Hon. Allen T. Caper
ton, of Virginia, in figure and fea
ture, while his expression is close
ly like that ot a fellow-countryman,
tho excellent D'Arcy Paul,
Next to Mr. O'Conor, and engag
ed in an animated conversation
with him, sat the Hon. Wm. B.
Reed of Philadelphia, who ha3 been
among us before. Mr. Reed is ra
ther portly, with a large head, pro
minent forehead, is slightly bald,
ruddy in complexion, and wears
neither whiskers nor moustache.
Next came Hon. James Lyons, of
this city ; Mr. Shea, .of New York,
and J. 11. Tucker, Esq. On the op
posite side of the table (as indica
ted in our diagram) sat Mr. Ould,
the remaining counsel for Mr. Da
vis. On tho same side with Mr. Ould,
and confronting Mr. O'Conor, sat
Mr. Chandler, the United States
District Attorney, and W.M. Evarts,
Esq., of New York, who had been
engaged by tho Uevernment to as
sist in the prosecution.
Mr. Evarts, who is a distinguish
ed lawyer is of medium height,
spare of frame, pale and of grave
At about 11 o'clock a buzz which
ran through the room announced
the entrance of Horace Greeley,
who took a seat at the foot of the
table beside Mr. Augustus Schell,
of New York. These two citizens
are as opposite as the poles in
politics, but were present for a
common purpose that of entering
surety lor Jur. Davis should he be
admitted to bail. Mr. Schell is a
prominent Democrat Mr. Gree
ley every thing else. The former
is a stout gentleman with 6trongly
marked features,grey 6ide-whiskers,
and wears glasses. Mr. Greeley is
as indescribable in his personal ap
pearance as in his politics. His
ruling expression is that of gener-
ou? good nature, with an appear
ance of Jistlessncsi . jitterly at war
with his restless activity. His face
and head are round, the later bald,
with a fringing of whitish-yellow
hair around the base- ,, lie wears
glasses. His motion is shambling
and "don't care,' and bis attitude
awkward. "" On the whole, his ap
pearance is striking, and while
eliciting criticism, conciliates a
kind judgmeut. ; ' The mission on
which he came,' combined too to
secure him the most favorable dis
position of our people. Probably
to no one man is the liberation of
Mr. Davis so much due as to Hor
ace Greeley. The, position he oc
cupied with respect to the party
most disposed to severities, ena
bled him to speak with powerful
effect, and to furnish a shelter for
those who might follow his coun
sels, but with less claim to the in
dulgence of the dominant parties.
Fees of County Surveyors.
By a late act of the Legislature,
county surveyors shall hereafter be
allowed the following fees, to wit:
For all work when employed by the
day, $5, and when otherwise em-
f)loyed, for each rod or persh run
ess than a mile, 1 cent; for each
rod or perch run over one mile, $
of a cent; for making out or record
ing a plat of 6ix lines, SI; for each
line in addition 5 cents; for each
one hundred words or figures there
in, 12 cents ; for calculating the
contents of a tract of four sides,
CO cents; for each additional line,
15 cents; mileage, going and re
turning, 10 cents per mile, and the
chain carrier's and marker's fees
shall be paid by the persons at
whose requests the survey is made.
Last year the Democracy of Lan
caster, Pa., only elected their city
ticket by 181 majority. On Friday
last, George Sanderson, Esq., editor
of the Intelligencer, a Democratic
paper, was elected Mayor by 511
majority. This is the city in which
Thaddeus Stevens resides, and the
Radical candidate for Mayor was
his particular pet, advocating with
Stevens, 'mild punishment for the
guilty and modeiate confiscation.'
After the result was known, the
Democrats marched past old Thad's
house, and his saddle colored house
keeper was greatly out of humor.
The Intelligencer poetically addB:
Them was a noise in town last night
Of music ami of cheers:
Old Tlind. and all his party friends
Were almost touched to tear.
With loud huzzas the night was rent;
Dam the way the election went I
Say Mrs. Sn says ehe.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
There are in New York, accord
ing to the late consus, 1 negro to 77
whites; Connecticut, 1 to 43; New
Jersey, 1 to 25 ; Ohio, 1 to 63 ;
Pennsylvaia, I to 59 ; Illinois, 1 to
226; Indiana, 1 to 116; Michigan, 1
to 10G; Wisconsin, 1 to 415; Minne
sota, 1 to 732; Kansas, 1 to 152;
Oregon, 1 to 47; Nebraska, 1 to 340;
Nevada, 7 to 151; California, 1 to
43; Maryland, 1 to 3; Delaware, 1
to 4; and in Kentucky, 1 to 4.
It is stated that a coalition of
Indians irom the North Platte to
the British line ha3 been formed for
the purpose of waging war upon
the Lnued States. Ihey are stat
ed to be well provided with war
Two sanguinary battles have
been fought in Candia, in which
the Turkish commander was deleat
ed with heavy loss. The Porte is
again importuned by the great
Powers to cede Crete to Greece.
The President of Paraguay has
expressed his willingness to accept
the mediation of the United States
for the allies are not content.
Seven-thirties in London yester
day were 721-2.
The rinderpest has reappeard in
George Bancroft has been ap
pointed Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary to the
Court of Berlin.
Sheridan has prohibited the car
rying of fire-arms in New Orleans.
A female bigamist in Jersey Ci
ty is accused of having fourteen
An Irishman once entered a book
store to purchase a lead pencil, and
amused himself by looking over the
numerous books that filled the
"What's that?" he asked, point
ing to a large, gilt-edged box.
"That box contains Milton's Par
adise Lost; do you wish to. buy it?'
answered the polite clerk.
"No, bedad, I don't; if Milton has
lost his pair o' dice, why don't you
give them back to him. and not ho
temptin' innocent boys like myself
to ouy lost property. Pon my soul
I'll report ye to theperhce."
Fbench scientific men predict
il L - il . ..
mai in3 summer oi 1867 will be
cold And wpr HIta that ifica
they base the prediction of thejfact
that immense masses of ice have
broken or are about to break away
from the extreme north producing
iuju uu vapor.
rjUIE Cardhifr Machlucs In tho
Scf&HTHim- steam $nxs
having been refitted with new Cnl. ore
now prepared for work, and tho proprie
tors guarantee that the work done by them
"WILL XOT- BE ' SURPASSED
by any machines in the county. mylni3
BY HENRY MORGAN, P. M. P.
New Edition, $1.50. Tenth Tiioisaxd.
Ned Neviiis, In the Street.
Ned Nevius, Without a Home.
Ned Nevins, Arrested.
Ned Kevins, At Court.
Ned Nevins, In Jail.
Ned Kevins, At the Grave.
Ned Kevins, Adopted.
Ned Nevins, A Fact.
Kctl Kevins, Fiction.
Ned Kevins, 'A Grand Success.
Ked Kevins, Going by Thousands.
Kert Kevins, Wants 100 agents.
100 percent, profit best canvassing book
published. W. II. Bennett, ot Fall liiver,
sold one hundred books within a few days.
Others are averaging from live to ten dol
lars aday. Agents lor Town. County or
State, apply to Iiev. 1IENKY MOUGAK,
0 Grotou street, Btston.
Thomas II. Wakefield, plaintiff,
TJEFOHK It. S. Barnhill, J. I of Jack
Xj son ip, vinton county, umo.
On the 7th day of May, a. d. 1S07, said
Justice Issued an order of attachment iu
(ho above action for the sum of seventy
Thomas II. Wakefield, ri'fl.
May 11, 1SC7. uiy23w3
C. D.J310UIY & C0.,
26 Menvin Street,
References : Everett, Wwlrtell and Co.,
Bankers; Tortcr, Piatt and DeWolf, Flour
' ta Composition Imperatrlce, pour lei Chmux
It U MTutl to ItESTOUE GOAT OR FADED
1IAIK TO ITS OUHUNAL COI.OU. For an El.K
u ant Dkkhmino, rictily porfmmfl. It In nnnurnnHHi-il.
It rcllevcH tlu wAhi of DrttwIrnfT and all mixtion,
ami Rtip the llitlr mlliitu ir. It tloea not itum the
liiilr, Mtaln the Hktn, nor Hull the HitoHt fahrU;, und U
free from the dlMKref :iblo odor of Hiilphur.
See what the Great Tragedienne says I
. "Mmautrnffi In Dr. Miauslcr's Kmprew I rm;
nlze an old tili'tiil. Iiiivhiif hkhI It a u nwinrtliiii
mi lunch nrurii. nr iwvirm j nir. I no ownr H
not the hhiiiu Hfyl(? wo have In J'urlH. but upon ttm
uiteoftlwnivparutloii I And it to bc the XHme n Mutt
pui tin in r ranee, it la the rn-.si Alll II I.K nil;
THE HA IK I havo ever found, and I am ulail to
, Bold tit all Dnronisis.
JOHN D. PARK,
Ctneril AgMt, CIN 0
know It Is bccotulntr so Dopulnr In Atnerlea.
The American Commercial Arihme
tic. A new work of 368 pages, for Busi
ness Colleges, Schools, Academies, &o.,
compiled with a view to the practical illus
tration of business rules. Giving practical
business examples of a kind not in Arith
metics now in use, involving Gold and
National-Currency. The laws for collec
tion oi aeots, damnges on piotesteu bills,
hnd Ipfrnl rnto if intoraef Cip Lan Stat
Riven. Also tules and tables for Central
O i n rn i n
pjbiem. ivery leacner, LiDrary, and bus-
ineflfl mnn rpnnirea nna rfVi ho hml .if krw.lr
j " v. viawe aw nun v vwn
sellers, if not, address, enclosing 75.
MUSUKUVK & WKIUHT,
my23ml Cleveland, Ohio.
Ladies. Don't Ovekloor- Tins' The
best preparation in the world for th mm.
plexion. For 25 Cents we will se.id a Re
ceipt loi the above preparation, so that eve-
ly lauy can mane ner own "Uercassian
Balm'' for one cinarter of what aim hns tn
pay the druggist, and has the satisfaction of
Knowing tnaunere are no poisonous drugs
in tho mixture. Address
P. O. Drawer 2i9,
my23y Cleveland, Ohio.
Administrator's Sale of Ileal Es
IN ptucuance of an order granted by the Pro
bate Court ot Vinton county, Ohio, I will
otfur foi sale, at puMio auction,
On the 10th day of June, 1867,
at lO o'oU.ck, forenoon, of said day, upon tho
prenUoit, ths following described real estate,
situile in tho id county of Vinton and State
of Ohio, to wit:
Being part of Section Number 8, Township
Number 11, and Karen Number 16. Pommnnn-
ing at the northwest corner of aid section;
tbence running east 25 chuina; thence south 42
chain..; thence west 25 chains, to the canter of
ine weei nno oi gaic section; thence northto
the place of beginning containing 10 o acres
more or less, except the following parcel of
land sold by the said Ezra l'inney.in his life-
i." , .A n .. - 171!!,, I .
uuij. win jiu i inney, oeing part or trie above
described tract, to wit: Commencing at a point
one hubdred and twenty-eight rods gonth of
the iiorthwest corner or laid seotion; thence
aouth 40 roda. along the west linu of said sec
tion; thence east 29 rods; thence in a north
wet terly direction to the place of beginning,
containing three acrot and : five-eights of an
acre, rnoie or less, and leaving of the land first
aboe described one hundred and one and three
eights acres, mon or less. Said premises Co be
told snbject to ihe dower of Mary Finney, wid
ow of the said Ezra Finney, deceased, aesigntd
by metes and. bounds aa follows, to wit:
Forty acres on the north end ol said land
above described, boginnlng at the northwest
eoraor of said lands; thence east 25 chains,
thence aouth 18 chains" thence weal 26 chains;
thence north sixteen chains to the place of be
Appraised at $700 00; to be sold for not less
than two-'hir.lsof the appr.ised value.
Termsof sale: One-third in hnnd, one-third
in one year aid one -third in two years from the
dal of sale, with interest: tha defnrrail
meats to be secured by mortgage upon the prem-
ny twl Admr. of ar Finney, deceased.
' 4 TTENTIOX Is called to the larjre and
selected stock of Hardware kept
STRONG & GIBBONS
who can confidently assure their patrons
and the public generally, that they have as
od an assoitiuciit, and can sell at prices
that will compare favorably with any es
tablishment of the kind iu Southern Ohio.
They keep mechanics' tools of tho best
mauutactttrc : such as,
Saws, Plains, Chisels, Augers,
Broad-Axes, Hand-Axes, tc.
They are abo agents for the sale of
All Kinds of Farm Implements,
of the latest and best improved styles;
Hay Rakes and Forks,
Corn and Cob Mills,
Victor Cain Mills,
Cook's Sorgho Evaporator,
Koad Scrapers, &c, fcc.
All of those articles are of the host manu
facture and are warranted.
We keep on hand, at nil times,
Plows and Double Shovels,
Special attention is also called to our
large stocn oi nno
Cooling Stoves for Wood or
which wc will warrant to give satisfaction.
e lnanulacturc all kinds of
Can supply at any time country merchants
wun nu assortment oi ware, on tne most
AVE ARE AGENTS FOR THE
Kirhj Mow i ng Ma chine !
Call and see us when vou eomo to town.
. STRONG & GIBBONS,
Room formerly occupied by Lantz &
novly r-hatlos, Main st.. McArthur, O.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
BEST AND CLEAREST
IJEADYMADE . CLOTUING.
HATS AND CAPS,'
II ATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SlIOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS AND VALISES,
TRUNKS AND VALISES,
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
PANTS AND V STS,
PANTS AND V STS,
AND EVERYTHING ELSE
AND EVERYTHING ELSE
Usually found in a first class
At prices that defy competition,
In Davis' Block, Main st., McArthur, O.
NOTICE is hereby given, to Anna Mary
B. Hawkins, wife of Rush T. Haw
kins of New York,and Caroline M. Brown,
Robert Greenville Brown and Xicholas
Brown of Rhode Island, that on tho 11th
day of May, 1807, a petition was filed
against them by John Carter Brown 2nd,
of said Rhode Island, in the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Athens county, in the State
of Ohio, and is now pending, wherein the
said John Carter Brown 2nd demands par
tition of the following Real Estate, to wit :
Fraction, or Two hundred und sixty-two-ncrc
lot Number Nineteen, Section Twenty,
Town Eleven, Range Fourteenrin' Trimble
township, in said Athens county ; one hun
dred and sixty acres, southwest quarter
of Section Number Four, Town Ten, Range
Sixteen, in Knox township, in the county
of Vinton, and one hundred and sixty acre
Number Twelve hundred and eight. Num
ber Twelve hundred and nine and Number
Twelve hundred and ten, in Section Num
ber Three, Town Two, Range Twelve, in
Sutton township, in Meiers countv. in nli
State of Ohio; and that at the next term of
saiu M)un application wui be made for an
order for the partition of said premises.
BROWNS & WILDES, -myl6w6
Attorney for Petitioner.
Garden Seeds. ,
For Iresh Seed Peag, by,th mIIob ,oi
Boaui, bv (v psqn i vng atom. , .
Administrator's Hale of Iteal Egw
tate, by Order of l'robate Court.
IN purinance of an order of the Probst
1 Court of Vinton otittty, Ohio, to me direct
ed. I will cllor for (le at publio auction, on
Monday, June 10th, 1867,
at one o'clock p.m. of atI day, npen the pram
itet. at'uatod in WUkeavllle township, Vinton
conutT, "hlo, the following described reel ee
Ute.towit: Forty acres off the son Ih end of
the enitt half of lh sontheait Quarter of Sec
lion Number Six, in Township Namber Eight,
of Barge Numbei Sixteen, containing seventy
Appraiaed at the inn of four hundred a ad
tlilrtccn Jullai and thlrtv three and one-third
cenU, and moat eell ior two-thirda of (hat aura.
Termed aale: ODO-thlrJ oaah In band, 000
thinl in alx montlie a'd one-tblrd hi twelve
months from day of tale, with Intereat, the de
ferred payment to be secured b mortcaue no
on the premise sold.
l AiitiLK iibftni yuin,
m)9w5 Admr. of Michael Daogherty. doe'd.
Sale of Real EHtate by Ordci of
ON the 8th day of June, a. d, 18G7, be
tween t he hours of ten o'clock m .
and four o'clock p. m., on Ihe premises,
will be sold to tlie highest bidder, the fol
lowing real estate, as the property of Sime
on Dunn, deceased, situate in Vinton coun
ty, Ohio, to w it: Megiiiniiig on the west side
of Section 32. Township 0, Range 19,
sixty-six (CG) point south from the notth
west corner of sa it! section, tliencr east 139
poles to a post in the quarter section line,
thence south 27 poles to a post, thence west
159 poles to a post in the section line,
thenrr north with said line to the place of
beginning, containing 26 acres and 133 poles
more or less. Appraised at $ 1560 00.
Also, the north east quart ei of the north
east quarter of Seciinn 31, Township 10,
Run ere 19. Apprahfd at 6160.00.
Teims of Sale, cash In hand on day of
tale. SIMON R. DIXON.
Ailmr. of Simeon Dixon, deo'd.
Dated May S, 1867. w4
Nanscuiond Sued Polalo
DU. A. IT W OOD,
Webster, Scioto County, O,
AS for sale a large quantity of Nins-
mond Sweet Potato Plants, early To
mato and Cabbage Plants, Sic, which he
will sell as follows, Sweet Potato Plants,
600 12 00, 1,000 63 60, 500 8 15,00, 11,000
628 00. Tomato Plants, best varieties, one
dozen 35 cents, three dozen $1, cne hund
red 62. Cabbage plants, very best yarie
tier, pei dozen, 20 cents, 3 dozen SO cents,
190 $1. Late varieties, 100 thirty-five cti.
1,000 $2 50. All orders promptly fillet1,
on short notice. Plants sent by trains
either way. Money sent by mail, if msilre
by the postmaster, in sutr.sofJess'hanllQ,
at my risk. In ordering plants, be particu
lar as to directions , writing names and pla
ces plainly. If you send by Express, direct
to Webster, Scioto county, O., if by mail,
to Iron Furnace, Scioto county, Ohio, .
HavLff been long engaged in this busi
ness, and having made myself thoroughly
acquainted with it, I can guarantee that I
will render satisfaction to all who may fa
vor me with their patronage. Orders solic
ited, and 1 will commence filling them oa
the 1st of May. A. L. WOOD,
Iron Furnace, Scioto county, Ohio.
NEW J300DS !
Handsome and Cheap am
Great Reduction in Frlcci!
LARGE ASHAMED ASSORTMENT
STAPLE & FANCYDRY GOODS,
JBST MOll Till OITIIS Of ,
Boston, New York & Phila. I
r-iRTIODI. ATT1NTXOM IS CALLID TO XT
STOCK OP GINGHAM 8, PRINTS, MUSLIMS
TICKINGS, CHECKS, COTTON ADES. tc.
Bought at the Lowest Cash
trices, and will be sold at
. a small advance on
Eastern Cost I
HT BNTIRC STOCK IS Of VEBID AT MIOCS
As Loio as the Very Lowcsfl
I ALSO Ir COXSTANTLT ON BAND
A Large Assortment of Beady
Made Clothing I
which I sell twenty per cent, cheaper than any
other house it the West. I am also in receipt of
a large stock of , -r
which I will sell cheaper than the cheapest.
Nails of Every Description,
and of tbs best quality, at anti-war prlees..
J. If. WILL,
Doddridge's New Building,
myvmS . One door west of tha Court Hom.
Vinton County, State of Ohio':
Court of Common Pleas. '
Allison Cox, Administrator ol Wm. Cox, doe'd,
The Vinton County Oil, Mining and Lumber
THE defendants, The Vinton County Oil
Mining and Lumber Company, non-residents
of the State cf Ohio, will take notice
that the said plaintiff has Died a petition in said
court against the saij The Vin.on County, (JUV
Mining aM Lumbor Company, defendant, the
object and prayer of which is to recover the sum
of (168 8 85)aix hundred and elghty-elx dol
lars and twenty-five cents, with interest there
on from the 31st day of December, 1165, for,
work and labor of laid William Cox,' doeaed,'
and for monoy expended by said William Cox,,
at the special instance and request of said de
fendants, and for the use of said de feadanta,
and under a contract made and entered into br
ead between said William rCox, deoeaaed' and
said defendants; and that an attachment has
been leaned therein and a Portable Sawmil) an4;
RiRglng. the property of said defendants, JkW ".
(ached. " ' ," ,, , " j ' 'i'u
The defendants art notified to appear and an-;
swer said petition, on or before alx weeks from .
this date, or judgment will be taAeaaoeerdiof
ly . BBO WNS WILDEfl, sad
apl25w H. C. JONES, pin. 'a attornlM, ,
' i;r' ' ' " " ' '
Manhood and youthful vigor